2024 Streets – An Evening for Youth Empowerment

Thursday, April 25

The Garage at Harley-Davidson Museum, 400 W. Canal St., Milwaukee 


Nearly 12,000 young people aged 10-24 experience homelessness each year in Milwaukee, with Black and LGBTQ+ youth most impacted. This experience is highly correlated with lifelong housing instability. Without a safe home, young people can’t prioritize their education, employment or well-being. And they are at enormous risk of sexual exploitation and trafficking.

In 2009, Pathfinders created Q-BLOK: a housing program designed with and for LGBTQ+ and allied young adults. This program was one of the first of its kind in the nation.

Join us as we honor Q-BLOK’s 15-year anniversary, celebrate Trailblazer Award winner Cream City Foundation and raise much-needed funds to support Pathfinders’ housing and homelessness prevention efforts.

RSVP by Friday, April 12

Event Schedule

5 p.m.: Heavy Hors D’oeuvres & Cocktails
  • Engage with Pathfinders’ Mission
  • Participate in activities benefiting Pathfinders’ youth
6:15 p.m.: Program
  • Emcee Chauntel McKenzie, The PowHER Network
  • Presentation of 2024 Trailblazer Award to Cream City Foundation
  • LGBTQ+ Youth Homelessness Discussion
  • Make Housing Possible for Young People!

Business casual / Jeans are welcome
Parking is available at the Museum at the crossroads of 6th & Canal St.

For more information, contact Margaret Thom at 414.988.6864 or Development@PathfindersMKE.org.

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